NZ Institute of Architects awards - Auckland winners

The awards season for the NZ Institute of Architects' regional awards is beginning, with the announcement of the Auckland winners on Wednesday night. Winners from these regional awards will go forward for contention in the NZ Architecture Awards, which will be announced next year. Here, we've included a photograph of each of the Auckland winners. Our congratulations to all of them.

Jasmax won an award for its work at the University of Auckland's Grafton Campus (above), including the design of the new Boyle building and the refurbishment of three other existing buildings.Photo by Tod Wilson.

Also in the education category, ASC Architects were recognised for the BLENZZ campus redevelopment (above) in Manurewa.Photo by Michael Ng.

Williams Architects were given a regional award for their expansion and renovation of the Blum showroom in Avondale.

Cheshire Architects in association with Assembly Architects received an award for the design of the Britomart Showcases, the stores in the Britomart precinct (above). Photo by Jeremy Toth.

The Broadcast Tower at North Harbour Stadium by Copeland Associates received an award in the small project category.

A clever reworking of a former State House in the suburb of Westmere by CCM Architects (above) received an award in the 'Housing' category. Watch out for this house in one of our upcoming issues. Photo by Simon Devitt.

Also in the housing category is this house (above) in the suburb of Cox's Bay by McKinney + Windeatt Architects (you may remember us featuring architect Jack McKinney's own house, a winner in last year's awards, in our June/July issue). Photo by Patrick Reynolds.

One of our favourite Auckland eateries, Depot (above, featured in our October/November 2011 issue), received an interior architecture award for its designers, C Nott Architects. Photo by Florence Noble. 

Geyser (above), the new commercial building in the Auckland suburb of Parnell by Patterson Associates, received a commercial architecture award. Come and join us there for our Meet the Architects event on October 31 - information in you current issue, and will also be posted here very soon! Photo by Simon Devitt.

This renovation (above) by Strachan Group Architects received a residential award. It was published in our October/November 2009 issue. Photo by Patrick Reynolds.

Three-time Home of the Year award winners Stevens Lawson Architects also won a residential award for this house on Waiheke Island (above). Photo by Mark Smith.

Another residential award-winner (above): this is house by Sumich Chaplin Architects. 

Jack Tar (above), a pub on Auckland's North Wharf by Architecture HDT, won a heritage award (the photo is by Jenny Trevelyan), while Architectus won a planning and urban design award for their work on North Wharf's Karanga Plaza and Kiosk (below). Photo by Jeff Brass and Andy Chong.

Cheshire Architects won an award in the education category for their work on the Leigh Marine Centre (above). Photo by Jeremy Toth. Also in the education category, Jasmax picked up an award for the Performing Arts Centre at Massey High School (below). Photo by Kenneth Li.

More from Cheshire Architects, this time an interior award for their design of Britomart's Mexico Restaurant & Tequila Bar (above). Photo by Jeremy Toth.

Scarlet Architects won a residential award for this bach (above) on the Kaipara Harbour (to be seen in one of our upcoming issues). Photo by Simon Devitt. 

More Cheshire Architects! This time, a public architecture award for Q Theatre (above). Photo by Jeremy Toth. 

Many of you will recognise this house (above) by Glamuzina Paterson Architects, which featured in our June/July issue and picked up an NZIA residential award. Photo by Emily Andrews.

The lovely School of Music at the University of Auckland by Hill Manning Mitchell Architects (above) received an enduring architecture award.

Architectus received an award in the education category for this building (above), a performing arts centre at St Cuthbert's College. Photo by Patrick Reynolds.

Fearon Hay Architects won a residential award for this cottage on Great Barrier Island, which was featured in our December/January 2012 issue. Photo by Patrick Reynolds. 

The Cloud (above), on Auckland's Queen's Wharf, designed by Jasmax, won a public architecture award. Photo by Kenneth Li, Jonny David & Euan Cafe.

Andrew Lister won an interior architecture award for his work at The Grill restaurant (above), which featured in our December/January 2012 issue. Photo by Simon Devitt.

Fearon Hay Architects picked up a heritage award for their work at Auckland's Imperial Buildings (above). Photo by Patrick Reynolds. 

Last but not least, a house on the North Shore by Stevens Lawson Architects (above) won a residential award. Photo by Mark Smith.
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